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Keyspan USB server - any experience?
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veryniceguy2002
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Aug 4, 2004, 10:47 AM
 
Would this post belongs to peripheral or netowrking forum???

Has anyone used Keyspan USB server? Is there any compatibility problem with various printers or peripherals?

How does it work with a want to share the peripheral between two computers?
     
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Aug 6, 2004, 01:11 AM
 
You can read my review for this product at Technohappymeal. I had trouble getting to work with a few devices, so I ended up returning it. However, Keyspan released new software for it earlier this week, so maybe all of the problems have been resolved. It was definitely very cool though.

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Aug 6, 2004, 08:17 AM
 
Originally posted by PLin:
You can read my review for this product at Technohappymeal. I had trouble getting to work with a few devices, so I ended up returning it. However, Keyspan released new software for it earlier this week, so maybe all of the problems have been resolved. It was definitely very cool though.
Thank you for the article, Peter!

Your article pretty much answer more of my question, apart from the new verison 1.1 software (just released this week), when what happen if the Mac/PC crashes before it can disconnect from the USB server? (Does it mean it will locks up the USB server until you power cycle the server?)
     
   
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